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@ anotherjesus: Like as with an KJ P226.

 

but not really skirmishabel for a safety because its naerly impossible to pull your secondary and switch safety off in a short time. And you need to hands for that.

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My friend and me were really bored before a game.

 

Enter rape.

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Story behind the mag: one of the springs fell out of my MAG midcap during a game (it was about -10c and the taps keeping it in just snapped off). I managed to keep the spring but only part of it didn't get tangled. My plan is to order a drum mag and convert it using the old magazine top, but until then it is this. Feeds about 4 rounds.

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That - tape + Sig550 + ridiculously large scope = pure winnage. The Badger tried doing it to a g36 mag once, many good men lost their lives in the process and it still didn't work. (note to all attempting this, Cthulhu either doesn't exist, or isn't interested in human sacrifices at this time.)

 

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Figured I might aswell put this question in here.

 

Has anyone ever tried doing a "battery inside cheekpiece"-mod for the SIGs? I figured, the cheekpiece is pretty common (and VERY sexy) among the SIG-series, and I reckon it could serve as a nice battery compartment with some modifications. Anyone tried this?

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Thought it was about time I put my heavily customised P226 up for the world to see, now that it is complete.

 

Contains the following

 

Brand New Standard TM Sig P226, Switched Chrome metal parts to give a 2 tone look.

 

Creation Slide and Barrel kit

Nine-ball Recoil Rod with Uprated Spring

Complete Nine-ball Rocket Value Kit

PDI 6.01 Inner Barrel

 

Creation Rail-less Frame

Uprated Hammer Spring & re-shaped Hammer Block

 

Sights have been uprated with Tritium Inserts

Grips replaced with Crimson Trace Wrap round Rubberized Grip complete with Laser Sight, complete with Stainless Hogue Hex Screws.

 

All this Shoots at an average 370 FPS on a warm day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Billy :gun2:

 

 

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That - tape + Sig550 + ridiculously large scope = pure winnage. The Badger tried doing it to a g36 mag once, many good men lost their lives in the process and it still didn't work. (note to all attempting this, Cthulhu either doesn't exist, or isn't interested in human sacrifices at this time.)

 

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Badger, I forgot I had this image laying around, then I remembered it. This is what you want I believe:

 

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or maybe a bigger scope, and a bayonet to even things out

 

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I think all you really need though is magazines

 

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That is a very nice piece Billy5150.

 

I'm curious about where you got the Hex Screws for the grips. I have tried RS screws (they look similar) but they didn't work for me. Is there any chance of my being able to get a set?

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THE only sig rifle i realy like is the SIG 550 or the 551 the comando looks kind of *fruitcake*ed up to me. The sig 550 looks awsome with a susat. thats klike my favorate gun in STALKER

 

 

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Romulus since Billy5150 is being slow I will answer your question for him

 

The Hex Screws for the grips are hogue RS screws. All that was done was the frame was tapped out to the correct size (m4 fine if I remember correctly)

 

:rifle:

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Romulus since Billy5150 is being slow I will answer your question for him

 

The Hex Screws for the grips are hogue RS screws. All that was done was the frame was tapped out to the correct size (m4 fine if I remember correctly)

 

:rifle:

 

Cheers Buddy. It's great when you don't even have to answer your own questions cause your tech guy does it for you.

 

Billy

Edited by Billy5150

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